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A neo Nazi attends a rally in Budapest October 23, 2009

Florida graffiti claims Jews pushing for war with Russia

The incident seems to highlight a trend of antisemitism being accepted in both political dialogue and the mainstream.

By Sam Halpern
01/01/2023

Kanye West, social media, extremism: The rise of antisemitism in the US

The rise in antisemitism in the US has American Jewish leaders more concerned than ever and ready to take increased action. 

How does the White House report on antisemitism? - opinion

This is but a brief overview of White House experiences addressing the topic of antisemitism.

By M. ANTHONY HARPER
27/12/2022
American and Israeli Jews [Illustrative]

Israel's gov't deserves US Jewry's unconditional support - Netanyahu ally

Robert (Bobby) Rechnitz, Jewish American philanthropist close to Benjamin Netanyahu: Abe Foxman is “boycotting Israel”

26/12/2022

In Ohio, ‘zoombombing’ a religious service can now net jail time

The law, “Increasing Penalties for Disturbing a Religious Service,” passed last week unanimously in the state Senate. It had previously passed in the state House, 95-1.

By RON KAMPEAS/JTA
20/12/2022

‘We stand in solidarity with the people of Ukraine,’ Anti-Defamation League says

“We understand what is at stake in this war and we are proud to advocate for continued and expanded Western military, political and economic support for Ukraine,” stated the Jewish organization.

Churches urged to act against antisemitism

Published during Advent, the season of preparation ahead of Christmas, the statement opens by declaring that “the United States is facing the greatest crisis of public antisemitism in a century.”

By ASAF ELIA-SHALEV/JTA
18/12/2022

Jewish groups condemn series of antisemitic incidents in Washington, DC area

“We cannot normalize or become inured to the proliferation of such heinous acts,” several leaders wrote in a joint statement.

Antisemitism in the United States: Antisemitic graffiti on The Rock landmark at the University of Te

Antisemitic group Goyim TV relocated to Florida, an emerging hotspot for extremists

The antisemitic group hopes Florida will be more hospitable to them - and may have reason to believe that to be true.

By GABE STUTMAN / JTA
17/12/2022
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